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I cant get my axle off to replace the cv boot

Everything is taken apart and i still can't get it off

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You have to remove the lower ball joint connector slide the axle out from the rotor side and drop the axle then you must use a heavy pry bar and pry the axle out away from the motor, there is a snap ring that can get damaged that will keep it from coming out without a lot of force once you get past the snap ring it will come out easy. Be sure to hols the axle up with a block or something so that the weight of the axle is not just dangling on the ground the straighter the axle is the less force is needed to get it out. Pry between the engine and the round part of the shaft next two it. If you can't get it out of the wheel side you have to use a hammer to tap it to get it out of the hub bearing and disconnect the tie rod end to get it to be removed. Still have problems then post a responce to this post.

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